I think Dapmdave said it best about his Martin 000-28 (EC), and it has haunted me ever since "there is a difference"When Martin gets it right, they're truly hard to beat. If it sounds anywhere as nice as it looks, you're a lucky guy!! Congrats!! :encouragement:
No matter what guitar you play, you can learn something on LTG. Plus we never give up on converting one to putting a Guild in their stable. And I love his user name.Looks like a very nice guitar. Pretty ornamentation, helpful fretboard markers ; only what's really needed, good choice !
But may I ask how come a Martin man can be hanging out on a 'LetsTalkGuild' forum :smile-new: ? (Just curiosity).
From his name it looks like he might have been a Guild guy, then converted into becoming a Martin man (still several Martins and no Guilds in his signature)...Careful that he doesn't convert you into a Martin man... :smile-new:No matter what guitar you play, you can learn something on LTG. Plus we never give up on converting one to putting a Guild in their stable. And I love his user name.
If having a non Guild is a crime than I know that many, maybe most of us would be guilty. I'm out of Martins now but still have what I believe to be 6 stellar Gibsons.
No worries, some people might tease you here about not having a Guild, or liking other makes better, but it is usually more hiùmor than anything else...This being said, I have considered Guild as a make that had quality guitars at a more affordable price than others, guitars that were sturdy, reliable and real good, but not quite as much as bigger names...